Hector Picard Fights Through Beryl Rains, Flat Tires, South Carolina, and a Bruised Butt
On Monday morning, while most of you were sucking down coffees and lamenting the Miami Heat's near comeback, Hector Picard, a double-arm amputee, set out for a 103-mile bike ride from North Carolina to somewhere in Virginia.
First off, remnants from Tropical Storm Beryl pissed on Picard as he made his way out of the Sunshine State. Florida roads aren't the most friendly for cyclists, and adding a steady downpour is the last thing Picard needed.
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